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unforgivably

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It's unfathomable, and because they are directly responsible for the well-being of the people of Gaza, unforgivably irresponsible.

Even now, some clinicians are unforgivably timid around the topic with their geriatric patients.

And, unforgivably to many conservatives, he is indelibly the father of “Romneycare.”

Finally, and most unforgivably, he has not proposed any long-term deficit solutions on entitlements, or anything else.

I once made an unforgivably rookie mistake by trusting a prominent reporter who should have been investigated for plagiarism.

Apart from that it sins unforgivably against probability, good taste, reason, and justice.

How can a woman explain to a man the simple fact that she is incurably—perhaps unforgivably—a woman?

Nor this only; for he had sinned unforgivably and incurred perdition.

If any one had spoken to me at that moment, I should have been unforgivably rude.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unforgivably, such as: dreadfully, wickedly, clumsily, disgracefully, disreputably, and inadequately.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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